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Star Pakistan pacer
Mohammad Abbas has backed bowlers to bowl out West Indies to a small total.

The home team were 2-2 at stumps on day one after they
bowled Pakistan out for 217 at the Sabina Park on Thursday.

While speaking in a video message released by the Pakistan
Cricket Board (PCB), Abbas was hopeful that the Green Caps will be able to take
lead at the end of day two.

“I was telling myself that we need to score at least 200
runs here on this pitch because when we came here in 2017, the surface
behaviour was different than it is now,” he said. “With 217 runs on the scoreboard, I am very
confident. Especially, if you see how Shaheen and Hassan have been bowling in
the recent past and we also have Faheem who will support us. Hopefully, we will
take a lead of 50-60 runs in the first innings today after bowling them
out.”

The pacer further said that the visitors need to show some
patience to get the rest of the wickets.

“Due to the grass on the pitch, the batting conditions are
difficult,” he said. “My job is to get wickets with the new ball which is
what I have done. Now, we have to show some patience to get the rest of the
wickets tomorrow.”

Abdul Gh Lone

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